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Revel in the picturesque ranges of Nagaland with The Ultimate Travelling Camp

Explore the splendor of the Hornbill Festival and curated visits to tribal villages, where the timeless culture and influences of the region come to life.

The Ultimate Traveling Camp Exterior Nagaland Kohima

Following a hiatus spanning three years, TUTC is thrilled to reintroduce its distinguished glamping experience, offering a one-of-a-kind opportunity for adventure-seekers and wanderlust enthusiasts to embark on a journey to uncover the captivating allure of Nagaland.

TUTC’s eco-luxurious Kohima Camp will open on November 29, inviting travelers to partake in the 10-day Great Hornbill Festival, a splendid event that continues for a fortnight, concluding on December 12 this year. The Kohima Camp promises travelers an exclusive and unparalleled chance to immerse themselves in the pageantry of this festival, featuring enthralling dances, traditional sports, captivating local music, and even mock fights, all while enveloped in TUTC’s tailor-made hospitality.

The Ultimate Traveling Camp Interior Nagaland Kohima

This camp, nestled in the heart of Kohima, is the epitome of sustainable luxury, offering an oasis of comfort and serenity in the midst of Nagaland’s natural beauty. As guests arrive at the Kohima Camp, they will find themselves in an environment that seamlessly marries opulence with eco-conscious principles, ensuring a harmonious coexistence with the surrounding landscape. Be privy to a world of cultural richness and grandeur, where the very essence of the state’s traditions comes alive.

Nestled within the dense forest slopes, just a quick 20-minute drive from the Festival venue, the camp offers eight cozy and exceptionally luxurious canvas tents. These tents artfully blend contemporary comforts with elegant design elements inspired by the rugged beauty of the region.

The Ultimate Traveling Camp Restaurant Nagaland Kohima

As a hallmark of TUTC, the Kohima Camp boasts a team of highly skilled guides who create personalized itineraries tailored to each guest’s preferences. In addition to the guided exploration of the Hornbill Festival, the team thoughtfully arranges visits to tribal villages, allowing guests to delve into the region’s ancient culture and influences. These villages encompass a range of unique identities, from authentic traditional Naga villages to those influenced by Japanese or British cultures.

Guests can also enjoy surprise picnics, savour regional cuisine, unwind with local music during sundowners, engage with local tribes, share stories around campfires, and participate in discussions about various aspects of the fascinating local culture.

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